By writing us off as irrelevant ignores the complexity of educational disparity
It’s clear that pupils from London and the southeast still dominate
63% of incoming freshers were educated in the state sector
We need to stop comparing each other at Cambridge
Nobody cares, we’re all at Cambridge now
Access targets have also been cut.
The intersectionality movement has ignored an important oppressed minority.
Let’s bury lad culture with the ghost of first term
Do us a favour
ZACK HASSAN wants to know what the problem is with the idea of state school only colleges.
Isobel Cockerell argues that the Cambridge experience is undeniably superior.
Oxford’s state school admissions continue to fall, whilst those at Cambridge are on the rise.
This week ALEX JACKMAN is dismayed by the mixed responses to his serious journalism, so ejects a big pile of stereotypical columnist word-vomit.
The former spin-doctor lectures Cambridge students about “A Life at the Nexus of Media and Politics”
The University’s latest attempt to get state school pupils to apply to Cambridge is patronising, ill-considered tripe.
The union of private schools’ head teachers has said the Government shouldn’t tell universities to “discriminate against” privately educated students.